On Nov. 7 at 3:57 p.m., a two-vehicle accident was reported on Arkansas Highway 365/Dollarway Road south of Roberts Street.
Subscribe to News RSS feed
The Pine Bluff Arsenal Family Christmas Party will be 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at the Child, Youth and School Services Building.
The October Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: from bottom to top: bottom row; Curlan McCray, Karson Peyton, James Menard, Tyler Earnest, Kaitleen Toh, Lincoln Hood; middle row: Tres Kurz, Sara Beth Young, Amiya Laws, Colton Davis; and top row; Stephanie Ames, Jase Welch, Madison Henderson, Maci Poe, Denya Alghazali, Emma Reed, Bronson May. (Special to The Progress)
The September Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: From bottom to top: bottom row: Braden Drye, Bella Moltz, Macy Stone, Laney Gumm, Tyler Barnes, Sydnee Brickey; middle row: Trenton Jones, Talan Cothran, Noah Smith, Bryson Dickerson, Kennedie Johnson, Isabella Moore; and top row: Marissa Hartless, Garrett Brown, Duston Henderson, Carson Cook, Jiannah Via. (Special to The Progress)
The Arkansas Department of Health regulates the sale of food at establishments which include restaurants, bars, daycares, schools, grocery stores, convenience stores, bed and breakfast facilities, hotels/motels, mobile units and concession stands. Inspections are made unannounced by environmental health specialists.
The White Hall Christmas Parade and festivities will be on Friday, Dec. 5. The parade will start at Relyance Bank and end at White Hall City Park. Line-up for the parade will be at 6 p.m. and the parade will officially start at 6:30 p.m. Parade applications will be available at City Hall.
Registration started Monday for the Pine Bluff Arsenal Recreation Services Biggest Loser weight-loss program, which will begin Tuesday, Jan. 6.
White Hall City Council approved a resolution Monday night to give White Hall city employees an employee bonus and Christmas bonus.
Duty, honor and country became the theme of White Hall’s annual Veterans Day program Tuesday morning.
Jefferson County educators are using educational consultants to help teachers and students improve in light of an Arkansas Department of Education assessment measuring school improvement on test scores in accordance with No Child Left Behind targets.